Living Past the End of the Myth: Anne Carson's Red Doc>
"How did the media get to be like this? Why do we objectify the environment? The questions of the mythic characters are familiar because they're our own. We as readers should know the answers, but like the characters, we haven't 'got outside the circle of [our] mistakes.'" By Patrick McGinty
"As Long as Your Ambition is About The Writing, You're Okay": a Q&A with Nancy Zafris
"If I hear about a lineman or a welder, say, who loves opera, I'm immediately interested in exploring that person—which is quite different from explaining that person." Mary Rechner chats with Nancy Zafris, author of the new story collection, The Home Jar.
Garry Winogrand's America
"His images are not those of televised America, or of the great–events America of history textbooks, but of Americans who, in a country irrevocably changed and changing after World War II, went about the daily business of navigating—or inventing—life." By Dan DeWeese